A series of events focused on bringing Israeli water companies to developing markets in Asia, creating cooperations with the French water industry, and on bringing the OECD to WATEC. An interview with Yossi Yaacoby.
Israel’s well-known accomplishments in the water Read More
Brazil is experiencing its worst water shortage ever. Low levels of rainfall, increased water use, and low infrastructure investments have led to the lowest water levels in the history of Brazil.
This was the background to the recent Israeli water Read More
Israel and India have a strong and growing trade partnership, and one of the “star” sectors is certainly the water industry. As we reported in the Israel NewTech blog, the election of Narendra Modi as India’s Prime Minister last year Read More
“Some of the world’s largest infrastructure project companies, such as Abengoa, are Spanish. They are very active in all of Latin America, and this presents a tremendous opportunity for Israeli water technology companies,” says Ami Levin, Israel’s Economic Attaché in Read More
At the Sea of Galilee, Israel’s “Kinneret College in the Jordan Valley” is busy grooming Israeli water engineers. We first reported on the pioneering program – in which students receive a B.Sc. degree in Water Industries Engineering – back in Read More
The government of Mexico has awarded its highest honor in the water arena to an Israeli – Professor Avner Adin of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Professor Adin is an internationally recognized water expert with 50 years of experience and Read More